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June 23, 2018

Luther Police Department

Early morning turnpike wreck

Luther Police and Fire Departments were among the first responders to a single car accident on the Turner Turnpike at daybreak Saturday. Reports say the driver was ejected. Emergency medical care arrived via helicopter. The early investigation indicated the driver might have fallen asleep at the wheel.

Pre-emptive Protection, LHS receives threat

Luther school parents received an alarming automated call Friday morning about a threat against the school that is being investigated by authorities. Superintendent Barry Gunn told The Luther Register the threat was made on social media by two individuals and one is thought to be a former Luther student, and the location was possibly in

By the numbers, February at LPD

UPDATE: Submitted by Luther Police Department, the following are two reports – a narrative and a numbers report of LPD activity for the month.  The Luther Police Department reported the following reports to the Town Board of Trustees at its March 2018 meeting. Compared to January numbers, LPD had a significantly busier month. Although the

Now Hiring

The Town of Luther is hiring. There are openings for a part-time police officer, a contracted Town attorney and a full-time Court Clerk. Several simultaneous openings have the Town trying to get the word out to attract qualified applicants. Click on the Town’s website page for details. Applications are being accepted through March 12. Looking

“Bonding Beyond Belief:” the case for the pd

Luther Police Chief David Randall got approval to hire a part-time officer at the February Town Board Meeting. The $10 an hour position will augment the coverage of the Town with the current staff, and four new reserve officers, Randall said. He lobbied for the part-time position instead of a full-time replacement created by the

Roundup: catching up on the news for our Town

There’s a lot of information and news piling up. To try to catch up, here’s a ROUNDUP of various information for your calendar, your information and your action. TOWN – $90,000 judgement Remember the former Town Treasurer and Clerk who was convicted on nine felony counts of stealing money from the Town of Luther? Donita Roby

Oliver loses at Appeals Board

“It’s a disappointment. The whole department went against me … it’s kind of stressful it didn’t go in my favor but I have the support of citizens and my family. I’m going to put in applications and go somewhere different.” With that comment, the ten-year career of Mike Oliver with the Luther Police Department ended.

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